Digital Restoration Services
- Digital Restoration Services can restore all formats of analog video, photo, and audio - from a VHS tape from the 80’s to a reel of 8mm film from the 40’s - removing discoloration, audio distortions, fading, and even magnetic damage. Digital Restoration Services is located in Greensboro, NC.
Your Memories – Beautifully Restored
At Digital Restoration Services, we restore all formats of analog video, photo, and audio – from a VHS tape from the 80’s to a reel of 8mm film from the 40’s – removing discoloration, audio distortions, fading, and even magnetic damage. See all of your old film movies in 1080p hi-def with better than new color! Seeing old photos and videos of your past helps with early onset memory issues.
- Professional Color Correction
- Audio Recording Enhancements
- Restore ALL of Your Home Movies onto a Single Flash Drive
The first thing I hear from a lot of customers is that “I kept my old recording in a box, safely inside my closet, does it really need restoration?” The short answer is a resounding YES!
Any image taken on analog film will require color correction to look its best; the blue pigments in film from the 60’s to the 80’s have a tendency to deteriorate even after a couple years. I saw this as a child when an old baby picture of mine had turned red within 3 years of it being taken, just sitting there on my mother’s dresser. Depending on the brand and age of the film, the red can also deteriorate making the image look blue. Luckily digital technology can correct all but the most deteriorated red pictures.
Pictures in a frame can fade out by simply being in a in a bright sunny place. The paper is very susceptible to UV rays which can make the paper delicate as well as pale.
Even VHS tape is subject to magnetic damage, (simply placing a tape on top on an old tube TV can partially erase tape). The sensors in early camcorders were not the most accurate in reproducing color, especially in low light. A white wedding dress in low light will look almost tan.
Lastly, any analog audio recorded on tape has SOME degree of hiss, noise and other factors that color the sound. Records of course, suffer from “pops and clicks” and are VERY sensitive to dirt and dust. If that wasn’t enough, the surfaces are delicate; scratches are very noticeable in the audio.
Knowing what to do with these old recordings is the key to making them better than new. Sure, computers can make this stuff better, but proper preparation of old recordings ensures the very best results.
Digital Restoration Services
Digital Restoration Services makes old photos and home movies better than new. Photos and videos preserve the moments we want to remember. But those photos and home movies can begin to fade and deteriorate if not cared for properly. That’s where Brian Watkins and Digital Restoration Services in Greensboro, [...]